Tungsten Time continues on Friday evening at the Circus Tavern with a stacked line-up full of ex-World Champions including the greatest of all time in Phil Taylor as he bids for a maiden World Seniors Darts Championship crown.
As well as double Dutch representation, the debuts of a three-time Lakeside World Champion, 'Flash' and the return of 'Darth Maple' as well as the defending champion himself in Robert Thornton.
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It all begins with the three-time World Champion Part who lost to John Walton in the second round last year and has not been at his best yet in WSDT action. That task may get more difficult in facing 'The Matchstick' Co Stompé.
Playing up until recently to a decent standard with one of the most distinctive throws in the game, he could make his debut a memorable one this evening.
But on his debut, 'Duzza' will look to banish darting demons and bring back some of his best form which saw him win three World titles and Premier League glory. His 100/1 shot has spurred him on but can he use that tonight.
Then it is the turn of 'The Power' who is favoured for the title this year again but faces stiff opposition in Northern Irishman, 'The Chief' Colin McGarry who played at the World Seniors Darts Matchplay last year and impressed..
Many expect a potential shock tonight but can Taylor show some of his best form to make a statement for the title.
A title won last year by a certain Robert Thornton, he faces another Dutchman in 'The Tripod' Roland Scholten. A top line-up of tungsten from the players of yesteryear, Friday night sorted at the Circus Tavern.
Evening (7pm GMT) – 4x Last 32 Matches
John Part (6) v Co Stompe
Glen Durrant (4) v Mark Dudbridge
Phil Taylor (2) v Colin McGarry
Robert Thornton (1) v Roland Scholten